To fully answer your question, one needs to know the
relative position of your 'shack' and the tower, i.e.
is the shack in the basement, first floor, second floor,
adjacent to the tower, or on the opposite end of the house.
Each case will be different. The solution to any problem
begins with a *complete* and *accurate* description
of the problem.
Generally speaking, it is best to bring the feedlines and
rotor cable down to ground level and run them on / in the
ground to the house. The rest depends on where the
shack is in the house.
On Mon, 17 Sep 2001 Lawrence, Kirk" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Not sure if I have seen this before, but can't seem to find
> so here goes. I am planning on putting up a tower, approx. 10-15
> away from my shack (the base is anyway) with a 4 element tri-bander
> it [Mosley]. My question is, how high must I go to avoid RF from
> overloading inside? I had a tower at a different location that was
> approx. 25 feet high with the same antenna and had quite a bit of RF
> staying in..could have been something else entirely....but I felt it
> may be because I was not high enough. So the question is, what might
> be the minimum I can get away with. I am considering a 50 ft.
> tower...max! I think I would be ok, but anybody have any practical
> experience? I'd really rather hear from those who have this
> situation...not the book readers...I get plenty of "know-it-all's" at
> work! HI
> 73 Kirk AB8BC
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